Published: Wed, February 06, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Manchester United can't stay unbeaten under Solskjaer - Herrera

Manchester United can't stay unbeaten under Solskjaer - Herrera

A 2-2 draw with Burnley aside, the Red Devils have enjoyed the ideal start to life under their former striker.

Solskjaer, the caretaker United manager, replaced José Mourinho in December but he is not comfortable being addressed as such by the club staff.

The Red Devils have been reborn under the Norwegian and have won 9 of their 10 games that the 45 year old has overseen.

"He can build a team that can challenge for the title, playing the right style of football too".

The injury-prone Ivory Coast worldwide has started just one Premier League game under Solskjaer after being sent off against Bournemouth last month.

United have an option to extend that by 12 months to June 2021, but now negotiations are being proposed for the striker top have his wages more than doubled to more than £150,000 a week with bonuses, and his recent form certainly warrants it.

"When you leave a player out of a game, sometimes, for a player, it gives a bit of freedom of the mind when the manager says I'm leaving you out for this reason or for that reason".

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"So we knew we had to defend against him but our lads, they blocked, they put their body on the line so it was a fantastic effort and they were fighting for each other".

The Daily Mail reported back in June of past year that Everton were one of three clubs hopeful of taking Rashford on loan.

"If United finish in the top four and they win the Champions League or reach the final in Madrid, then his name is going to be very high on executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward's shortlist in the summer".

Marcus Rashford's is set for talks over a new deal with Manchester United (The Telegraph). That is what the focus should be on now, and he has alluded to that himself.

"You have to find a way to win a game", he said.

"Now, because of the way they are playing, I am starting to believe in them again".

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